Tingling of the hands can be a sign of nerve damage. Known as peripheral neuropathy, this condition can worsen over time, resulting in disability and decreased mobility, states WebMD. More »

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There are numerous causes for tingling in the left hand, and some include diabetes, vitamin deficiencies and systemic diseases. Other possible causes for tingling in hands and feet are alcoholism, toxins, infections, aut... More »

Two causes of tingling in the left hand fingers are carpal tunnel syndrome and Raynaud's disease, according to Mayo Clinic. Other causes of tingling in the fingers can be the fingers of the left hand waking up after "goi... More »

Some of the causes of tingling in the left arm and hand or both arms and hands, include diabetes, nerve entrapment syndromes, systemic diseases and vitamin deficiencies, according to WebMD. Other causes include alcoholis... More »

Tingling in fingers is a possible sign of a number of different medical issues, including the after effects of a stroke or diabetes, or simply sleeping in an awkward position, according to Dr. Sanjay Gupta for Prevention... More »

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Tingling in the hands can be a sign of serious illness, according to WebMD. Otherwise known as peripheral neuropathy, tingling in the hands can be due to injury, infection, nerve damage, systemic disease and vitamin defi... More »

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Some possible causes of a tingling feeling in the right hand are lack of movement, frostbite, migraine, nerve damage and diabetes, notes Healthline. The most common reason for a tingling sensation in the right hand is be... More »

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